Maskinparken TRE

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Municipality
Trondheim
Country
Norway
Type
Residential

Description

Maskinparken TRE is a rectangular apartment building with 8 floors and consists of 47 apartments. Each apartment has an area between 30-115 m2 with 1-4 rooms, which are designed with open and bright living areas together with large windows. The building is constructed in CLT-elements for the external walls, internal walls, slabs and roof and is covered with wood façade cladding. Underneath the building there is a basement constructed in cast-in reinforced concrete. To comply with the Norwegian fire regulation and regulations regarding noise, an additionally concrete screed and gypsum boards are needed.

An LCA of this case has been conducted and is a part of the LCA e-learning course to evaluate the environment impact of this type of building.

Client
Lilleby Eiendom AS
Architect
HUS Arkitekter
Building system
Cross laminated timber

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